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16+ Learning Choices in Glasgow A diverse range of opportunities for a diverse range of needs Maureen Baird Maureen Baird Martin Collins Martin Collins 23 February 2010 Slide 2 65,000 school pupils; of which 2,050 young people looked after 20% of national total 10,898 (16.7%) are recorded as having additional support needs 2,180 (3.3%) have refugee or asylum seeker status 8,425 (12.9%) have English as additional language 9,670 (14.8%) belong to BME groups S4 attainment levels 88% achieving English and Maths at level 3 or better (92% nationally) Negative Destinations 16% (835) - 14.3% nationally Glasgows Challenge Slide 3 City Wide partnership - Critical Key strategic/driving partners: Education Services SDS Careers/Insight MCMC Strategic Partnership Glasgow City Council Glasgows Regeneration Agencies Culture & Sport Glasgow Glasgow Community & Safety Services Voluntary Sector FE Sector SDS Youth Employability Groups 16+ Learning Choices in Glasgow Slide 4 Systematic approach YEG local model for delivery Functional partnership Information collation and action Early identification/intervention What do we need to know and who can tell us? No-one gets left out Key Principles/elements Slide 5 Early Identification Risk Matrix Indicators of risk: Attainment, attendance, exclusion, looked after status, other social work involvement, young carer, gang involvement, offending behaviour, refugee, asylum seeker, English as a second language etc. Weighted scoring Red, Amber, Green Systematic targeting early identification Slide 6 Needs Led Model: what it looks like Slide 7 Procuring the Right Services New approach to procurement/commissioning vital Over 250 potential providers across the city Creation of flexible general menu Young person procures their own services brokered by AA Coach Slide 8 16+ Learning Choices in Glasgow A diverse range of opportunities for a diverse range of needs 23 February 2010